GIRLS WHO CODE

YES CAPITALS ARE REQUIRED! In August of this year, there is a book coming out about girls who code. It’s a middle-grade fiction and code is supposed to be integral to the story (there’s a code they have to figure out). I’m so excited and I just requested it in Edelweiss. If you don’t know … More GIRLS WHO CODE

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Full Series Stop

Many staff writers here at Round Robin Writes have been beyond excited for the release of King’s Cage by Victoria Aveyard. We fell in love with Aveyard’s writing in just the first seven chapters that EpicReads.com released before Red Queen‘s publication. But Glass Sword had a lot of issues with it, most notably the repetition of “Anyone can betray … More Full Series Stop

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So Many WIPs

I guess the abbreviation might be WsIP, but who would you pronounce that? Wuh-sip? That’s what it is now. Wuh-sip. In any case – I have one completed draft, a new draft that I’m just starting, and two picture books that I’m working on the art for. The new work is in the note stage. … More So Many WIPs

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Headed to NYC

Bright and early–Magdalyn Ann and I are headed up to NYC for a small author event at Books of Wonder. I’m all excitey pants about it. Obviously. Why else would I blog about it? We’re going to get up there around lunch time and chill until the event starts. I’m hoping to connect with a … More Headed to NYC

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New Middle Grade Work

Okay hear me out. Faeries and vlogging! But not vlogging faeries. Let me premise this with a background of inspiration. Many moons ago, when I was an education major, hoping, naively, to be the greatest teacher ever, we spent a good week and a half going over statistics. Keep in mind–these are the statistics for … More New Middle Grade Work

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